1. Do the six last commandments concern our duty to our neighbour Yes: for this is his commandment, That we love one another, 1 John 3:23. And must we mind that as well as our duty to God? Yes: providing for honest things, not only. in the sight of the Lord, but in the sight of men, 2 Cor. 8:21. And are we concerned to be very careful in second-table duties? Yes: that the name of God, and his doctrine, be not blasphemed, 1 Tim. 6:1. Will our devotions be acceptable without this? No: When ye make many prayers I will not hear, for your hands are full of blood, Isa 1:15.
2. Is religion toward God a branch of universal righteousness? Yes: Render to God the things that are God's, Matt. 22:21. And his righteousness toward men a branch of true religion? Yes for pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, Jam. 1:27. Does the law of God require both? Yes: To do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God, Mic. 6:8. And does the grace of the gospel teach both? Yes: To live soberly, righteously, and godly in this present world, Tit. 2:12. Must every godly man then be an honest man? Yes: for we must live in all godliness and honesty, 1 Tim. 2:2. And must he be a charitable man? Yes: He is gracious, and full of compassion, and righteous, Ps. 112:4. And will the trial be by this at the great day? Yes: for I was hungry, and ye gave me meat, Matt. 25:35.
3. Does the fifth commandment concern our duty to our relations? Yes: For all ye are brethren, Matt. 23:8. And must we be careful to do this duty? Yes: that they who will not be won by the word, may be won by the conversation, 1 Pet. 3:1.